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19 Sep, 2021 07:19

The worst scenario? Brahma Chellaney, professor of Strategic Studies at the Center for Policy Research

While the Biden administration still insists on painting the US withdrawal from Afghanistan as a success, many of America’s allies are just as bent on seeing it as a total failure. One of them is India, which – after having invested over $3 billion in Afghanistan’s economy and much diplomatic effort in supporting its secular political forces – now has to contend with the Taliban. Has New Delhi lost the game, or does it just need to change tack?

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